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IIORH'S SILVER BilID!
THE ONLT PERMANEXTLr ORGANIZED BAND IX
THE CITY, will attMid to all calls for music both at
, home and abroad,-giving entire satUfaction or do
' charge The Band to composed of
with a complete met of new silver instruments.
Ail calls for music, for funerals, pic-nics, serenades
and Jubilees will be ettmded to promptly.
... W. U HORN,
Manager and Conductor,
sprtT-ly is South College t.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CUBE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL. REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT1
TRY IT I TRY IT I
YOVSO WEN who are suftarin from the effects of
youthful indiscretion can be surety and perma
nently restored by using the
AQUA VI T AE,
1 Kcmedj ifGrett and Certain Fover.
This remedy Is pat up in small vtals,and can be sent
by mall to any address. A trial wUl satisfy. Use it
for a week, and you w ill experience a great benefit. A
circular containing full particulars scut (free) on appli
cation. Price per bottle SI.
Uu bottle will last a month.
N. B This remedy is suitable for either sex.
Address, K. CRCGER, Medical Agent ,
JulyST-tf 47 Broadwav, New York.
From the Ledger, Philadelphia, Oct 11, 1M8
A Cssfcl Arnoi A new and useful article, railed
gpalding'e Prepared Glue, has been introduced to the
notice of housekeepers. It is reliable and really ad
hesive, and enables every housekeeper to repair fiiml
f re and household war without, trouble, as it is al
ways ready Cur us. aug23-2w
Holloway's PI11. Indigestion, Flatulency,
Billions disorders. Liver complaint, Nervousness and
general debility, are speedily and pnuanently cured
by H an Inestimable remedies. They do not merely
vanquish the particular disease, but exercises so potent
and lasting a benefit on the system as protect it from
future stli'KJ Sold everywhere. aug24-lw
EaOLS Curt, WALKS Cocsty, Ga.,
June 25, lSdO.
lUsaa. Class, Grsgobt tt Co. : Gkjtis : There are
two of my friends here that want, each, half dozen bot.
tie of your Clark t Fuller 'a Ambrosial Gil. They have
tried it and found it all you recommend it.
It is for Stephenson Poe and Blackstone Hendricks,
fend tt to them, or to my address per Express, to
Auglo-lw J T- Jlor-
The following compllmenury notice is taken from
the Mlraouri Democrat :
Ixxzass Amocjft tw ScJTSJU.ua Rkxisvkd bt Tatuxa
McLbas's STtEiansnaa Cordial. Since the 17th of
August, the following cases have been reported cured :
105 persons have been cured of General Debility.
e " " " Ner-ous Debility,
js, " ' " Diseases of tlio Kid
neys. ISO persons who have been aihietod w ilh various com
plaints, Fever, Chronic Diarrhoea, Dysentry, Liver
Complaint, Night Sweats, Dyspepsia, and Weakness
of the Degestive Organs, hav been cured, besides a
large number from whom we have not yet heard.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Piirifler
is a remedy required by every one in the Western
and Southwestern country. It is very pleasj.nl and
agreaabl to take, and it can be taken by wan, wo
man and Child.
As a diuretic, it will cure any disease or the Kid
neys or Bladder, and as an alterative, it will purify
the blood, and remove ail pimples, sores or blotches
from the skin.
Try it on drachm U sufficient to convince the
most sceptical of its wonderful strengthening and la.
See the advertisement in another column .
The Express Frieglit Tra u.
On the Nashville and Chattanoogo Railroad, will
commenc running on the 224 of July in close con
nection with the Express Train oa the great Southern
Lin, via. Charleston and Savannah and continue dur
ing the business season. Through time from New
York EIGHT DATS
July 2&-tf E. W. COLE, Supt.
I hav sold out my entire Interest h. the nrm of
Nigsouqx A- Brnnn, to Davm HratrsKsr, who
will continue the business as heretofore. I will
assist him In winding op the business of the old
firm, and solicit for him s continuance of the patron
age bestowed on the old firm.
July t, laflO. J. C NICHOLSON
la order to reduc my Stock as much as possible,
before receiving new Goods, for a short time I will
offer my entire stock at cost, for cash.
tkx DAVrp HUMPHREY.
AO III n It I For the INSTANT RELIEF and
3 1 U Jl A 1 PERMANENT ITRE of this dls
ressiBg complaint use
lade by C. B. SEYMOCR CO., 107 N A5SAC ST., N
T. Price SI per box ; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
She Legislature of the State of Georgia having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 15S8, pro
hibiting the drawing of Lotteries within Its Jurisdic
tion, after the 1st day of June, 1880, we will on that
day, remove oar entire business to Wilmington, Del.
WOOD, EDDY CO ,
Owners and Managers of the Delaware, Missouri and
Ken took t State Lotteries.
Te repeal all laws, and parts of laws, authorising Lot
trtaia the Stat of Georgia, and for other pur
Sbcshm 1. lie General Assembly of Otorgia do enact,
That from sad after the first dsy of June, Eighteen
Hundred and 9xiy,all laws and parts of laws author
ising Lotteries in the State of Georgia, or the Tend
ing; of Lottery Tickets In said State, be and the same
arc hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11.1S&8. ssnyU-tT
DR. KING'S DISPENSARY
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KING . formerly of New York , lor
the last four years of Louisville, Ky.,
and wbo baa devoted his attention to
la treatment of private diseases for SO years, flat
ters himself, having attended to a practice for so ma
ay ) ears, and cured so many thousands, be Is ena
bled te cure all diseases of a private nature, no mat
ter bow bad they may be from Injudicious medical
treatment, or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's
Dispensary la No. 33 Deaderick street, between Cher
ry and the Square, second story, where he cures all
si of a private nature.
Uoaoaaua cared without nauseous medicines or
terrerene with business.
gtwercus of eld or recent date, effectually cured
tn a few days, by an operation which causes no pain.
Wber a Stricture exists health cannot b enjoyed.
Perhaps n disease causes more mischief and under
galnes the constitution so much.
SttbiUS , with all the diseases of the skin, growing
out of a eg led or bad treatment, ran be effecctually
cured in a few days.
Bawxaa WsiSJfsaa. Particular attention having
ti givn to this disease, and ail the consequences
growing out of tt, brought oa m many casea by in
destructive habits of Inconsiderate youths, sad ex
i nasi t Indulgence of the passions, a neglect of which
will asdermin the constitution, rendering the sub
ject do at far business or society ,and causing prema
tura old age.
Female who may b laboring with any difficulty
of the Womb may rest assured of Immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating
- their case, with a fee enclosed, directed to Dr. a.
Kins-. No. 23 Deaderick street, Nashville, Tenn., will
have the accessary medicines sent ic their address.
wMh necessary directions, sines secrecy ooservaa.
Office hours from 9 o'clock la Ihe morning until in
the evening. JulylO-indawly
1UAI e jus unpscaea, ana nave uvm v.
th Unest Grand ftla no forts ever received
-? la the city of Naahviil. The atleouon or every lovar
i, the King" of Instruments kt la tiled to this Piano.
Aato several sqoar
. Piinofortci of Eltinway 1 Son's 35aif,
CM teat " mAAmA f a m vfe- all nT whW4l will
ttm sU at New York. PrW.es, fur cash or aegutatbl
-V" , 33 Union Street, '
s; 1 J. A. MoCLTJRE.
ss, New Music, la great abundance, being added
aliy is gay siready large stock. . , july-tf
x ' -J. JJicJaln'- New Book,
SORT fTO&rjH, lost rcire4 u4 for sale by '
HAftk NOTE A5DEXt II AN fciK 1.IS.
. . : . Tennessee, a .
Bank of Tennessee, .. .parBan of America! (3)t dis
Union Bank ...... par'.ormc-rii dii, .... .. r
Planters' Bank , parjouthern Bank
City Bank, . pariComraercial Bank...
Traders' Bank,. .. ..... parj Buck's Bank, . . .
Bank of Commerce, ...par; Exchange Bank ....
Bank of the Union,., pari Farmers 'Bank, ...
Bank of Chattanooga,, par, Bank of Mid. Tenn
Bank of Memphis,.... parjBank of Paris,. ...
Bank of Dandridge,...l dis Bank of Knoxville,
River Bank, 1 dig; Bank of Nashville,..
B'k of Claiborne 9 dislOcoee Bank.
Bank of Taxewell, . 2 dis Bank of Shelby ville,.. par
Bank of Trenton, .. . (Lawrenceb'g Bank ,
Bans cf JeOerson . Bank of WesiTennesseepar
BROKBS AND WORTHLaXL
Agricultural Bank, Brownsville.
Central Bank of Tennessee, Nashville.
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Memphis
Mechanic's Bank, Memphis.
Memphis Savings Institution.
,. Exchange Bank, MurfreeBlioro'- ...
Miners' and Manufacturers' Bank, K civil le. -Bank
of East Tennessee.
.. par Silver,
Gold .American ... ,
Bank ol Ashland ..
if dispute Bank of Ohio
Bank of Louisville dis B'k of the Ohio Val-
Commerc'l B'k of Ky X dis' -ley dis
farmers B'K or Ky. ; dis uimmerfui ei
Northern B'k of Ky.
Southern B'k of Ky .
. dia' Cincinnati ,"
i di Country Banks 1 Am
Ai aia GEORGIA.
jAUanU Bank 10 dis
1 di. Augusta Insurance
Bank of Mobile
Bank of Montgomery 1 dis: and B'king Com p. K dis
Central B'k of Ala... 1 dis Bank of Athens i dis
Commercial Bank ... 1 dn Bank of Commerce,
Northern B'k of Ala. 1 dl3i Strannab t; dis
Southern B'k of Ala. 1 dis Bank of Coluinbm . 1 dis
sorra cabouxa Bank of Fulton 1 dis
Bank of Charleston . . J," dis ink r Middle ia. . 1 dU
Bank of Camden.... . dis5ttuk 'Tanaab-- X dis
Bank or Chester .... jdis8? of the Stau of
Commercial Bank of i.001?' ida
Columbia dis;Cntral Railroad and
Bank of Georgetown dis1 Bnking Company i dis
Bank of Hamburg.. , di?tT Btuk of Augusta , dis
Bank of Newberry. X dis Ge.-rgla Railr 'd aud
Bank of the State of !,Bflk mrany. . . j d,s
SouthC roUna.i. S'dleartne Bauk,Sav h. i.dia
B'k of South Carolina dis,Uerchnli, Ian
Exchanee Bank of' 1 rs' Rink Ji dis
lumbia w als Mechanics' Sviiii?s
Farmers' Exchange :BitnkT"---". dL'
Bank ... X dis Alechantr' Bajik, Au-
Merch'U' B'k of S. C. W dis- ,Balav - r X dia
Peoples' B'k of 3. CAa" k. h
PUnters' and Me- Timber Cotters' B k. i da
chanics' Bank dis Tnlon Bank. Augiuoa ij dis
Planters' Bk of Fur- ' ;otner Bank il uda
fleld.. ............ dis' . vikgisia.
Southwestern Kallr'd ;Back of Commerce,
Bank dis. Fredericksburg ... 1 did
State Bank. Cbar'ls'n , dis Bank of the Common
Union Bank of S. C 4 dis mon wealth, Rich'd 1 dis
iocsasa: .Bank of the Old Do-
AU New Orleans minion, Ale xdria.. 1 dis
Banks . . . 1 dU Bank ol tha Valley of
xorth CAhousA. I Va. , Winchester,., ldis
"fj;- Carolina. 2 dis'gt of Va.,Richin'd ldis
Binkof Cape Pear. 8 dis ttuik whceii g laia
Bank of Charlotie... 2 dis3ank of winchei,ier. 1 dis
. ii''fuf U,e i au Exchange B'k or Va.,
.. - orl.nt
c. A . iFarmertB'korVa.,
LouU Banks 2 dis: D.i..,nnj
d . . , t ........
Country Banks 6 Manufacturers' aud
ixwasa. Farniers Bank
d a oi uie oi ma l au:
ft dis Merch'U B'k Lynch
Illinois Banks S dis Merchants' and Me-
All notes of this State) chanics' Bank,
should be conntennaned b v! Wheeling
the State Officer, being N'orthwestern Bank
then secured by depoaii; of Va., Wheeling.,
of Slate Stocks: when Uiis Southwestern B'k of
isnol done they ara un- Va., Wythwilie.
.. . S prem.
... V prem.
... (&X dis.
. .. dis.
New York Sight.
0 acres, per aore 80c I 120's
a0'a 70c I 160
. . 65
WHOLESALE PUKE CURRENT
Collins & Co.
H. Collins and
other make 9(311
Hay, per ton
Bar.roni.'Mft (3 5
Baud, " 7(3 7,S
Hoip, " 8i(3
Sheet, " 8, 9i
Bept boirn on, uv i
Pi, f'toii, S30(335
Piltihui t bar, 2,(34
Tennessee, wide, (d
Yellow, rib. 26327
Carracax, V !ft 1 15(3125
Pig, ft (3 IK
ings, f ft 4
Mill Cranks &
Gudgeons, (td 6
oak-lan d, ft fa30
Skirting, " (a'M
Hemlock, " (3'-8
New - Orleans, t
gallon ,(in bbls) 40(34.'
Sugar House," (350
I0d,lkeg, S3 25
Lard, ? gallon, 1 00(31 10
Linseed, " 60
Sperm, " 2 26(32 40
Tanner's, " 76(31 00
While Lead, in
oil, t keg, SI 80(32 20
u pound, 30(340
Western Ke ve,
Cum'd, ft bush
Id to) 19
Java, V ft 1.72120
Sheet, ft (30
Cotton. 22 25
Manilla, V ft 12'.to)li
Bale Rope, 8)3
700, -js doz. O 9
600, " foill
DKCGS k DYE STL FFS.
ISpan'hBr'u," 4(3) 6
White zinc, " ii)(3rz
Brown, " (3 9
Stone Color, (31
Hams, ft ft 14
Sides, ' 14.av
Aloes, 't ft SafS
Borax Crude "
" refined, "
Lard, " i13
Meal, bush. (3 SO
Eggs f. dos. (3
Carolina, t ft '.
Barrel, ?4 bush.
Sack line.fl bag
Cantharides " $l,(o.2
Castor Oil, per
Cream Tartar, -t.r.(a-50
Eps. Salts, t ft
Herd's Grass, $1 75(3
clean, 2 30(32 60
stripped, 1 60(31 75
Orchard, 1 75
Hung'n G.Seed, CO
Buck, bag, S 2 40
Ipecac. t ft 3l 76
Jalap, SI 25(31 60
ogwood,gr nd fa) a
Madder, 'ft ft 1617
Magnesia, 30(3 1 00
Opium, ft 8(3 s 50
Sal Soda, '
Patent, S 1 90
Cin. B'n, ft (3) 8
Castile 4i Wind'r, 28t330
ter, i ft 84(310
English " . 12(319
Cast. " (320
Shear, " 320
German. " 12,(316
N. Orleans ft 8)(310
Havana, wh'ie (311
do brown " 3
Loaf. " 11X(312K
Live Geese, f ft u(3i
3, V barrel, S12313J4
Extra, 75(37 00
Superfine, 0 00ta6 60
Raisins, bx I 753 00
shell, V ft 17(320
Crushed, " HJi(ai24
Powdered, " ll(a)ViK
Spice, Vft 11(312
Ginger Race," 8(3 9
Cloves, " 25(3
Pepper, " lli(31
Freut h.'rl gal S2 50(36 00
Jamaica, " SI 25(31 60
Amer., " 75(31 25
HoIUnd, " SI 30(31 60
Amer., " 40(375
Whiskey, " 2022
Rendered, ft 9(310
Imperial, ft S 60(31 00
Gunpowder, " S 60(3 75
Y'ng Hyson," 40(3" 60
Ginseng, ft ft 25(330
8x10,9 bx, S3 6l4 00
10x12, " S4 60(36
10x14, S6 00(36 60
Wheat,)) bushl 10(31 30
Rye, " t oo(oi is
Corn, - Hbtaw
Oats, clean," (366
2 bush, each, 13(314
Rifle, ftkeg, S (37 00
Blasting, " S (36 00
Black, " S 31 00
Baling, V ft 23(325
Cider, gallon, (S
" y barl, S4 00(34 SO
Madelra,fig.,Sl 60(32 00
Sherry, " S2 00(34 00
Malaga, " S 40(31 26
Port, " SI 004 00
Common , V ft 20(3 2 A
Fin washed 8( 80
Strained, ft - (312i
Comb, 10(3 12 Jb
ii i t'ti.
Green, V ft
Dry Sailed, s'th'n 10(316
Mexican Flint, none.
Manilla ,V ft none.
rotted, V ft
The Grover & Baker Special
R. II. Bbocxwat, representative of the
Grover & Baker Sewing; Machine Company,
offers a special premium of One Hundred Zhl
Um Cotk, for the best specimen of family
sewing exhibited at the next State Fair, to
beheld at Nashville, September 10th, 18C0.
The work to be dene by a lady, a resident
ot Tennessee. -
The judges t be appointed by the State
No persons connected with our offices will
be permitted to contend for the premium.
jaly2S-deow till Sep. 10. , t
' No. 46, North aide Pnblic Square, over A.
II. Hick 's China Store. - , . ;
Extra Fins Corn ileal.
AN adilitkm&i sapply Inst received far GWawoed
Also, Sity barrels of ih cheapest Food for Stuck
ul lbs market, bKXJ. F. cHXcXDd CO.,
JM-tf V. S7 CaUsg stmt.
THUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1860
- RETAIL PRICES. '
"Bel!" Flour in 5a-8 . half batrs S
Old Hickory do . 4 SS; " 2 15
Eagle do. 3 60; 180
Mixed Bran ,per lOolbs. ...nedollar .
Corn Meal, perbushel.il OD.
Delivered to ill parts of the city. sep21-ly .
3J3TE3.EXTS OF THE RAILB01EX.
Departure of I'amnger Trains.
Mashvuxb AChattasooga 4 A.M., 3 P. M."
Tkbseb Alabaha 4:15 A.M., 3:00 P M
Locisviixs a Nauhvillk 5 :00 A.M.,5:50 P.M
" " GallatiiiExpress4:30 P.M,
KiMiBFiBLi) Kb-nttcbt 6:30 A.M., 2:45 P.M
NAdHVIIXBACHATTAatlOGA 5 P. M.,8 A.M.
TusrasKB a Aiabama 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
lxiriavii-LE & Nakhviub 305A.M,2:15 P.M.
. " - 44 Gallatin fcxpresstttlO A.M
EnoKriELD a KijrrrckT 10 A.M., 7 P. M.
Hi' We are authorized to annouuee S. N. 1101
LIN'GSVViiRTH as a candidate for reflection to the
office of Mayor st the next Municipal el.-oiion.
SO- VTc are authorized t announced K. B.t'ilEAT
II Ail as a caudidale for the oGW of M ijor at the
next Municipal election. " jalyl2-te
$ff We are authorized to announce John Hugh
Smith as a caudidAte for Maj or at the i-n?ain mnni
We are uuthoriavd to announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-election as Councilman for the 6th Ward,
it the ensuing Municipal election. . june"-te
CF We re authorized to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 6th
Ward, at the ensuing Muucipial election.
4V We are autlKriz'd tu announce Kolt. I..
Crenshaw as a candidate for Alderman of the 4th
ward. July 16-td.
f V 1 u-o auttioria4t lv uuc(.uu J. C. Ui't'tR
KAN as a candidate for Alderman for the Second
4 We are authorized tu announce Dr. A. A.
HATCHER as a candidate for Councilman for the
Eighth Ward. july27-te
jS3- ISAAC PATL will serve, iT re-elected Couucil
dud from the Seventh Ward. july27--ta
Tfj3 We are authorized to announce JAMES T.
BELL as a candidate for Couuvilman for the Second
XyWe are authorized to announce WM. SHAXEas
a candidate for re-election as Cuuncilman of the Third
S3We are authorized to announce GEORGE DAR
DEX as a candidate for re-election as Councilman or
the Third Ward. julj 2d-te
We are authorized to aunour.ceC. E. H. MARTIN as
a candidate for Councilman from the Fourth Ward.
We are authorized to announce R. J. MEIGS, Jk.,
as a candidate for Alderman in the Fifth Ward at the
next election . augS-te
jSJ- We authorized to announce JOHN DOYLE as a
candidate for A Merman in the First Ward. aiig22-4e
4- We are authorised to announce ALLEN G.
IIAlilTY as a candidate for Coiiiiciliuuu from the 4th
We are are authorized to announce Dr. P. S.
WOODWARD as a CMtidiilate for Councilman from lh
lf- We arc authorized to annouuee JAS. B CRAIG
HE.U) as a candidate lur re-election as Councilman
from tho Fifth Ward, at the ensuing election
LM0 RALLY IN EDGEFIELD!
TUESDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 4TH.
The Edgefield Bell and Everett Club will
have a grand rally and poll-raising on Tues
day night next, to which all the Union Clubs
in Nashville and the County will be invited,
and will go over in procession from the cityT
A number of distinguished speakers will
address the meeting.
I'SIOS RALLY 1'O-MGIi r.
SPEAKING IX EECOXD WARD.
The Bell and Everett Club of the Second
Ward will have a grand rally to-night at the
Depot of the Louisville & Nashville Rail
road. The other Clubs of the city and of
Edgefield are invited to attend. The meet
ing will be addressed by Hon. Wsi. Ewixo, of
Williamson, and others. Let all the Clubs
turn out. 33
Tha.ks. We received yesterday from
"Evekgbeex," the charming residence of our
friend John K. EnMrxowx, Esq., a basket of
the finest and most delicious peaches we
have seen this season. To Mrs. Edmcxdsox,
to whom we are indebted for the more than
welcome favor, we tender our heartiest
A horse, with the shafts of a buggy
dangling ft his heels, dashed up College
street yesterday afternoon, scattering men
and things right and left. He was caught on
Union, withont having done any material
Report or Covode Committed. The" Hon.
James M. Qcarles has our thanks for a copy
of the Report of the Covode Committee.
HiS We are due Mrs. Ikwix, of Edgefield,
many thanks for a jar of preserved peaches,
put up in the "highest style of the art." The
syrup in which they are preserved is as clear
as crystal, and as rosy as the lips of sweet
Sy-Two votes taken on the Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad yesterday stood, in the
op train: for Bell 26; Douglas 4; Breckin
ridge 3 on the down train, Bell 28; Douglas
15 ; Breckinridge 9.
The Nashville Democrat. The publish
ers of the Nashville Democrat, have received
their printing materials and will issue the
second number of their paper this evening,
and will continue its publication regularly.
The GitAYd axo Highlanders. Monday
morning last the Bell Grays, Capt' James M.
Hixtox, went out to Columbia to attend the
Union Mass Meeting at , that place. They
were cordially received by the Columbia
boy 8, ha i a good time during their stay, and
returned home Tuesday morning.
Capt. Crenshaw's Company, the Bell
Highlanders, went out Tuesday morning to a
mas meeting near Murfreesboro, and return
ed yesterday morning. They too, of course,
had a pleasant trip.
The Edgefield Bell and Everett Club
meets to-night at Cowan's Hall, Whites
Creek Pike. Let every member be on hand.
The Bell Grays are requested to meet
at their Armory on Friday night next.
The new enterprise of the manager of
Wolfetenberger'a Panoramas, together with
the fine paintings themselves, is attracting
large crowds to the Theatre nightly. The
ticket-holders are generally satisfied with the
gifts they receive, some ot them coming away
with articles worth Beveral times the value of
their tickets. Mr. Grace conducts the "gift
department" of the concern in a fair and
straightforward manner, and gives satisfac
tion to alL
The Panoramas will be on exhibition to
night and to-morrow night "on the same
terms." , -
Third Ward Bell and Everett Cloa.
The members of the Third Ward Bell and
Everett Club, are notified to meet to-night at
the unner end of the Market House, at 7
o'clock, and proceed thence to the Second
Ward Rally at the LouLmlle and Nashville
Railroad Depot. Addresses will be delivered
by Hon. Jas. Qcaszjcs and Hon, Wjc Ewtno,
The 5th Ward Bell and Everett Club meets
oa. Friday night next, in Dr. May field's
Bnilding on Church street. !
3f The following is not the first baud
some compliment our excellent.fricnd Dcdlkt
of the Dyersburg Recorder has paid the
PatriuU We seldom parade such compliments
in our columns as is customary with the
press ; but we appreciate them none the less,
and republish this that the Recorder may be
assnred that we do appreciate them.
, The Nashville Patriot. We invite the
attention ot our readers to the advertisment
of the Patriot in to-lays issue. It is an excel
lent political paper, aud aside from its poli
tics, it is ably edited, and bears prima facie
evidence that it is a newspaper in every par
ticnlar. Its commercial and general news is
of the utmost reliability,' and is considered
authority by all other papers in the State.
There is no grear wit in the Union than the
associate editor of the Patriot. G. D. Prentice,
of the Louisville Journal, ia acknowledged the
prince of wits, but for purity and originality
ot wit, we yield preference to John E. Hatch
er, the talented Local, Military and Associ
ate Editor of the Nashville Patriot Any one
of his witicixms, especially the "City Press,"
is alone worth the price ot subscription.
Miss Kate Batemax. This charming and
very accomplished young artiste is about to
commence a series of performances through
out the principal cities of the Union. Ou
the 20lh of the present month she begins her
labors by opening McVickar's Theatre,
Chicago, in her mother's tragedy of "Gerald
ine." This may seem a long stride for one so
young, but we are fully assured that the lady
is quite capable of encompassing almost any
part in the range of melodrama or tragedy.
From thence the will visit Memphis, St. Lou
is, New Orleans, and the rest of the Southern
and Western cities. Miss Bateman is in pos
session of an excellent repertoire of plays, em
bracing, besides the one mentioned, ''Evange
line," "Constance."7 in the "Love Chase."
and other staudard works, besides an eutire'y
new piece, written expressly for her, entitled
the "Romance of a , Poor Young Woman."
We cordially ootti mcuil Mioo Dftteaiaa to tUtf
especial attention of the press wherever she
goes, and confidently await their flattering en
dorsements of the high encomiums which have
been passed upon her here, us one of the
most promising young American actresses
now on the stage. Piil. Irons.
We understand that Messrs. Mleixkr and
Eveuett, the managers of our Theatre have
made an engagement with Miss Batemax,
aud that she will appear here early in the
Curious Revolutionary Verses.
The following ingenious composition ap
peared in a Philadelphia newspaper many
years ago. Its author is unknown. Its pe
culiarity consists in the manner in which it
may be read, via : In three different ways. 1st.
Let the whole lie read in the order in which
it is written. 2d. Then the lines downward
on the left oi each comma in every line ; and
3d. In the same manner on the right of each
comma. By the first reading it will be ob
served that the Revolutionary cause is dep
recated, and lauded by the others :
Hark! hark 1 the trumpH sounds, the din cf war's
O'er seas and solid grounds, doth call us all to arms;
Wbo for king George doth siand, their honors soon
Their ruin is at haul, wbo with the Congress join.
The uct3 of Parliament, iu them I much dcligtit .
I hate their cursed intent, who for tho Congress light.
The Tories of the dty, they are my daily toast ;
Tin soon will sneak away, who Independence boast.
W ho non-resistance hoia,thcy have my hand and
May they for slaves be sold, who act a Wh'ggish
On Mansfield, North, and Bute, may daily blessings
Confusion and dispute, on Congress evermore ;
To North that British lord, may honors still be dune,
1 wish a block or cord, to General Washington.
William B. Aslor, of New York city, is
said to be worth $25.000. Xashville Patriot.
What an extraordinary sum ! Try again.
neizhbor ; see if there ain't a mistake in your
figures. Memphis Argus.
Well, there is a small mistake say Of
about $24,875,000 ; but we didn't suppose
you'd make a fuss about a trifle of that sort.
Drawixo. "Can you draw, young man T"
inquired Quito of an applicant for a private
tutorship. "Certainly," replied the candi
date. "At ten years of age I could draw
cider; at twelve, a picture; at fifteen, a hand
cart loaded with cabbages; at sixteen, an in
ference; at twenty, a bill of exchange. If I
were an actor. I believe I could draw the
largest kind of a home- but, being a teacher.
I am content to draw a salary and the big
ger the better." "You'll do!" said Quilp.
Daily Patriot Office.
Nashville, August 30. 1SC0. j
Trade is generally dull, owing, in some
degree, to the want of f upplies. Produce is
sc: rce and high, the market being almost
baVe. Corn is a shade higher, and in demand.
Wheat, oals, barley and rye are also in de
mand and scarce. Sugar has again advanced,
the stock being at present about 40 hogs
FLOUR. The market is well supplied.
We quote, wholesale
Superfine iu bbls $6 6 25.
Extra " " 6 506 75.
Extra " sacks 3 25.
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi
pally frcm. abroad ; very little Tennessee
wheat being offered. We quote red at SI 10
1 20 per bushel ; white $1 251 30 per
bushel. Seed wheat selling irom Store at
$1 40a$l 50.
CORN. White 95 per bushel; mixed 90c.
OATS. 60c per bushel.
BACON None offering. It would com
mand the following prices, if offered. Shoul
ders 10 lb; clear sides 14; hams 14. Sales
from store, retail, hams 15, shoulders 11c;
clear sides 15.
LARD None oflering. Would bring 13c.
MEAL Is selling at 8085c. bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. tt.
GINSENG 3035c. &.
GROCERIES. We quote; Fair sugar
9f 10 &.; prime to choice 1010c.; in
barrels Jlc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10JllJc.fi tt.,
crushed and powdered llj12c; Loaf 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045o gaL; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c; half barrels k80c; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c
COFFEE. Rio 1617c; Laguyra none
in market; Java 1920c. Jb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 40G0 ; Black 60
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 60$1 75 ; and Barrel at
40c. ft bushel.
COTTON YARNS The following are the
agents' quotations for Cotten Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. ft doz.; 600, 10c; 500, 11c.;
and 400, 12c
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2124c.
ft gallon, and country at 6075c. ft gallon,
according to quality. .
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. B.
$2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN. $1 50 per cwt. ; - ;
BEESWAX 27a28o per lb.
CHErgE Western Reserve lOallo per lb
BARLEY. Spring and fall 70a75o. per
bushel, and in demand.
BYE Is selling at $ 1. 15a $1.25 lor reed
s r Washington, Aug. 27.
The New Orleans Picayune says the North
ern Texas papers t-peak of a bloody fight in
the Choctaw Nation between Ihe Abolition
and siavebolding parties, in which over 100
were killed. The story is doubted. . .. . ,
. Richmond. Va., Aug. 2S.
Gov. Letcher publi.-hes a letter stating that
as there is no hope of success with iwo De
mocracy wiug. he will enthusiastically tup
port Mr. Douglas.
BitowxsviLLK. Nebraska, Aug. 29. The
telegraph line is open to this place; also to
St. Paul, Mianesota.
Ci.vcilxaw, Aug. 29. Jacob Strader died
Stephen tu Georgia.
Wachixctox, Ang. 29. The Hon. A. U.
Stephens writes a friend here that he is abont
to enter the canvass in Georgia in favor of
Washixgtox, Aug. 30. Flag officer Slrib
bling, of the East India Squadron, says Lord
Elgin aud Baron Grus are endeavoring to
settle the China difficulties withont resort to
Washixgtox, Aug. 29. Arch Duke Maxi
uiillian soon visits the United States.
Worcester, Mass., Aug. 29. The Repub
lican Convention nominated John A. An
drews for Governor.
HabtFobo, Ang. 29. The Dem- cratic Stale
Convention voted down the proposition to
place two Bell electors on the ticket.
Locisviia-e, Aug. 29. The river is station
ary with 3 feet 8 iuches water in the canal.
New Yore. The Steamer Persia sailed to
day, taking $45,000 specie.
Weekly Review of ihe Cincinnati
Cibclxxati, Aug 2S, 1SC0.
BROOM3 The demand has been slightly better
during the past we. k, but there u no change in pri
ces. Wo continue to quote :
Common $1 50SS2 00
Fancy 2 50 3 00
Extra do 3 00 3 25
Sh.kcr 3 2x(3) 3 60
BCTTER. There lias been t o change in the ruirket
daring the week, a id there has b -eu a lair demand
for prime fresh, aud the supply liht. Common has
ruled dull and heavy. We quote prime Western Re
serve at 14al&c-; Central Ohio at ll(3U'c, and
common at S(S10c.
HhESE. The demand h:is been gord all the wo k,
and iu excess of the supply , though puces are un
changed: we quote prune iVesiern Reserve at8)c.
The sales add up 2, C00 boxes.
CANDLES AND fcOAP. 'iho market u unchanged
and steady, with a moderate demand. We continue
StarCandles.full weight COc
" 14 oz 18
Opal full weight 17
Tallow ' double pressed... 13
" common 12J
Soap No. 1 and palm 5 1,
German. ... 7
" extra 7
FEATHEKS. A bettor demand and prices lc. high
er, cljsiug at 44 45c.
FLOUR The demand duruig tho greater part of
the week his been only moderate, and was equal to
the offerings, but toward the closo of the week, ow
ing to the favorable advices from New York, there
was a good demaud and prices advanced 10c. per
brl., closing firm at SI 60(4 70 for Lur to good
brands, $4 85 10 for extra; fancy brands Sell at
S5 253)5 75.
GUaIM Tuere has been a good demand for the
primo graces or Wheat nil the week, aud very little
of ihe mud offering. The lower grades nave bien
dull and the offerings large. Wo quote prl.1.0 KeJ at
98tai$l, and prime White at SI 11 15. The sales
tor the week comprise SO, 000 bushum. Corn The re
ceipts during the Week have been light, und the de
maud beiug good pricts advanced lc. per bushel,"
closing at 3iK3l40i;., bulk. Tuere is a gooi demand
for shelled aib255c. for mixed and White, including
sacks. Oais The market opened with a lair demaud,
but under liberal EUpplies prices declined 2c. per
busuel.i l - . '-'ha fair demand al i&c., in buik.
The sa. , ..uc 25,000 bushels. Rye The de
maud bad i.oen good all tho week, at 568c. for
prime, iud 70c. fur choice, suitable for seed. Bar
ley The demaud is limited, except for choice sam
ples suiuble lor seed, and fcr such full prices hiive
been realized. We quote fiir In prime Fall at 65
75c. Barley Malt is iu fair demand at 9big.il.
GINj-EXG There is a belter feeling iu the market
for this article, und dealers are now paying 45c. for
HAY The demand continues good, and prices have
furinnr advanced to S15(3tl6 per tun tor good t prime
Timothy, iu bales, ou arrival, takeu at the railway
stations or the river.
HIDES The market continues dull and heavy, but
prices are not lower. We quote:
Flint 12 14 c
Iry Salted ll)ii12 c
Green Salted 6,S 6 c
Wet 5 (a) 64C
Sheep's Pelts, (each J 37 fa) 7 5 c
IRON" A fair demand for Fig, and the market is a
shade firmer, though prices are not h gliei Ohio
Hot-blast sells at $-o(2)'-6, the latter rate from yard.
Bar remains steady at -i3c. for commoa and
LEATHER A fair demand for Sole and Skirting,
but other kinds are dull and unchanged in value. We
Sole, city tanned, per ft 27(2)28c.
Hemlock, do do 2224c.
Harness Leather, do 'lligiMc.
Skirting, do 21HJ3c.
Call Ski us, per doz $2536
Kip do do SOcsJiO
Upper Leather, per doz: 3340
Bridle do do 445
Rough, ft 24fa26
OILS The market 01 ened dull, but toward the
close, the supply being light, prices advanced, clos
ing firm at Lard has advanced to 03c., with
a fair demand. Red is selling -t 6 ,60. for dis
tilled, aud 7tSc. for Saponified.
PROVISIONS The maikct h is been very qiiet du
ring the week, and the demand qu.te limueJ, but
holders are firm. Lard is nominal at 2(g,lZ -. for
brl. and tierce, and 19ic. for kegs. The i-ales du.
nug the week were 4 00 hh is Bacon at 9i9ic.
tor Shoulders, an9 li(S)13'-ic. for Si ies ana clear
Sides; 1,000 ,000 lbs. bulK . idcS at lie, and 100 tier
ce Lrd at 13. There was a sale of 300 blids. Ba
con ul 10c. ,12c. and 18;. for Shoulders, ribb d Pi les
and clear tides, to be delivered before tne 15th of
St. Lonis Market.
St. Loci8, Aug. 27 P. M.
FLOCR Moderate demand for lots In bg, and
prices sleidy. Sales of 3J0 bag Citv Superfine at
S2 50;2 O bags Country do at S2 40; arid 300 baza do
at S2 25. A lot of 1000 bbls City Superfue was sold
on p t.
WHrAT The market was inactive and for super
One grades dull ; but prices compu-ed favorably with
tuose paid on Saturday, while a few s all lot of very
choice fall brought extra prices. Sales of 883 sacks
common spring ul 80fo)83c;14S! sks gKd and fir
doai84t5c; 700 sks do at 86S6c: 704 sks prima
spring and club at 87S'crHn sks choice club at 65c;
25,000 bushels spring, to arrive within 90 days, at
90c; 150 sks dirty fall at 93c; 404 sks fair and good
fall at St 0H(3l 10;457eksgr.odatSl 12KS1 15; 275
tks primo red at $1 161 17; 707 sks choice white
i.nd red at SI 20(21 22; 165 ska extra choice at SI 35
91 30- and 150 sks p. t.
CORN The market was without change. Sales of
1,748 sks mixed and mixed white at 4616 ,c; 84
sks yellow at 46c; 1,220 sks yellow and 115 sks mixed
whitest 47c; 650 sks yellow and mixed at 48c; 200
sks mixed white and common white at 49 Wc; 100
sks yellow at 50c, delivered; 413 sks white at &253c,
and 475 sks do, part delivered, at 54r.
OATS Merket dull, with sales of 230 sacks light
and good newat 2P31 ic; 1825sksnew at 3030c;
1191 sks do at 3131c; 1000 eks p. t. and 450 sks
old and new m ixeu at 3-.'33c.
BARLEY There were samples nn the table, but
no salea were reported.
RYE The market declined 2 5c, with sales of
1450 sks in lots at 60c ; 232 sks at 521,0, and a small
lot at 68c.
BACON S ties of 12 cks clear Sides at 13t,c,aod
6 cks Shoulders at 10c.
Market by Telegraph.
New Orleans, Aug. 29. Cotton firm; salea
to-day 3300 bales; prices stiller, but quota
tions unchanged; flour quiet 5,40a5,50, mixed
corn 60c; sugar buoyant, advanced 4 9Ja
yj; mess pork quiet; stock at New Orleans
11000 bbls; freight and exchange unchanged.
Cincinnati, Aug. 29. Flour active; sales
400 bbls. 4 65a4 75. Whisky sales 500 bbls.
at 18 j. Wheat has an advancing tendency.
Oats advanced lc. Corn 45. Linseed Oil
New Yore, Ang. 29. Cotton not reported.
Floor firm, sales 15,000 bbls 5 30a5 40;
Wheat advanced la2 cents ; Corn advanced 1
cent, salea 68,000 bushels 65a70. Messa Pork,
sales 735 bbls , 18 50al9 55. Coffee quiet ;
sales 150 bags;4St. Domingo 12 j.
aLducatlonal Notice. .
MONDAY, SEPT. 3RD, MRS. IRWIN will open a
School for Girls in the Basement of the Presbyte
rian Church, Edgefield. Arrangements have been made
to give a full aud thorough Academic and Collegiate
The Lady employed to teach Music cannot fail to give
Mon. P. F. SANTEL, a native of France, and a gradu
ate of the Royal College of Algiers, will teach French,
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Hon. San lei pre
sents the best testimonials from many distinguished
Mr. B. J. Meigs says of Moo. Santel: "He has been
teaching my son some time, and this practical trial of
him convince me that he deserves to be trusted ir
plicitlf aa a Teacher of French."
The regular Rates per Session of five mon lis are S15.
$20 and $25.
Music on the Piano $25 00
Latin and Greek.. 10 00
Modern Languages 20 00 '
Crochet and Needle-work k 6 00'
tOT Pupils will be charged from the time of entering
to the end of the Session, the bills will be payable at
the middle of the Session. aug28-tf
For Rent or Lease. J
I HAVE good Brick Dwelling, with four rooms li
and twenty acres of excellent land and plea f
IT of good water. I will rent or lease it tromjL L
em to five years. Situated on tha NoleosviUe Turn
pike aojoouag the corporation hoe. -
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J. U. MCLEAN,
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RAINS k BROWN,
Wholesale and Retail Agents, Nashville,
Sold by all Druggists everywhere,
Spurious American Watches.
We are credibly informed that some of the Jewelers
of Nashville are selling counterfeit and Imitation Amer
ican Watches, for the genuine article, manufactured at
It is hardly necessary to state that aucn w aicnee are
perfectly worthless as time keepers; and when cougnt
for genuine are calculated to injure the high reputation
which our watches have aiiAineo. , w. inerwore cau
tion the public against buying our watchea from any
person who cannot furnish a certificate of genuineness
for every watch offered for tale, bearing the Bomber of
the watch and the signature of the Treasurer of the
Company, R- E. Bobbins. We also beg to inform those
wbo deal in the spurtous article, that legal proceedings
will be instituted against them, upon any well authen
ticated instance of their selling a counterfeit or colora
ble Imitation of any of our product after this notice.
' For the American Watch Co-
BOBBINS APPLETO. Agents,
eug20-L,wlm 132 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
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STATEMENT of the Company at Ibis dat
t?, n le
1st. The name aitd locality of the Company 1
The '- Insurance Corapanv of the State of Viryiuu"
2nd. The amount of iu Capital St.iek.
Three hundred Thousand dullars J
Srd. The amount ot said Capital Stock paid in.
Three hundred Thousand dollars
4lh. The Afts of the C'orntinv including.
1st. The amount of Cak oa hand, and in the hands
In Ajfcuts liaaJs. ."
2nd, Te Ritl Estate ownod by the Company unincumbered
Xouj ini-umUv'.-ed or unincumbered.
Srd, Bonis owned hy the Company and how they are secured .-with the rata
i-f tha iatn st thereon. ' " - -
$00,000 ot the Bonds u the Stato of Teunesso. bearing 6 per cent, interest, coat. .$18,52268
litids bearing tt jKrcnt. interest. Si-cured by Mortaye -n Real Estate worth
iii-re tlian one hundred per cut. morethim the uiiount icwued tbrrron. 101 ,250 0O
Bonds bearing 6 per cent, interest secured by Mortgage, ou Real Estate worth
over forty -fire jier cut., more tliaa the amount loaned t hereon 114,700 00
Bunds hearing 6 por rent, iuterest secured by pledge of State and Bank Stock,
fronitvreniy-tiie to hily live per cent, moie than the amount loaned tueretai 21,138 00
4th, Debts of the Company, secured by Mortgage,
6lh, Debts otherwise secured, '.
6th, Debts for Premiums
Tin, Ail other Securities as follnws :
I-oau on Bills discounted and Notes received for Premiums.
Interest accrued on fcood ,
8:b. Amount of Liabilities due or not dae to Banks
6th. Losses adjusted and due
th. - " ana not due
8th. " unadjusted about
9th. " ia suspvuid waiting further proof
10ih. All the other claims auainst the Comtanv.
11th. The greatest amount insured in anv one risk
12th. The greatest amount allowed bv the rules of the
vi.lae liepeud on the iz? of the place and the character of the building.
13;h. The greatest amount allowed to be insured on any one block Depends on the situation and
chiracterof the buildings that compose it. , . - . .. t
Uih The act ol incorporation ot the Companv same as at lust statement
BULLING W. HAXALL. President.
O. F. BRESEE, Secretary.
STATE OF VIRGINIA, T w This day personaUy appeared before me, a Notary Public, for the City of
Crrv or RicauoND. la " " K.vhmond, BOLUXG W. HAXALL, President, and O. F. BR ESI E, Secre
tary, of Uia Da&urance Couipanv of the Slate of Virginia, and made oath that the written statement is correct.
Given under my hand this 10th dav of August, li60. . J. L. AW'ERSON, N. P.
STATE OF TENNESSEE, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE
NASHTnxE, Aug. 14, 1S60.
This is to certify, that the Insurance Company of the State of Virginia located at Richmond, in the State of
"ie'nist. has C'"ni;jli;- with all the r-an .- u. nt, u me s uiixii ot Foreign lmmwJorporatiopa
in SectKin liai toTjOT inclusive, as well as the Act of 24th March, IS60, Chapter 215, Sei-ticn 70, requiring a
deposit with the Comptroller of twenty thousand dollars of six per cent. Bonus of the State.
And that Jos. XAsH and W. i. MARK are the legally authorized Atreuls of said Compuuv in the citv of Nash
ville, State of Tennessee. . J. T. I INLAP, Comptroller.
The Subscribers continue to tsue and renew Polieiea aud pay Losses for this reliable company.
aug15-3w NASH At MARK, No. 25 College Street.
WF. A?K TJ!E ATTENTlO-N OF THE PUBLIC TO THIS
IAG TESTED AND UNRIVALLED
It has b.en favorably known for more tliaa twenty
years, during which time we have received thoisamis
of testimouiaU, showing this Medicine to be an almost
NEVES FAILING REMEDY
fir diseases causi-d by or attended upon
Sudd.-n Colds, Coughs, Fever and Ague, Headache, Bu
llous Fever, Cuius in the Side, Back and Loins, as well
as in the Joints and Limbs; Neuralgia and Shea
matic Pciua in any part ol tue tum, looiiucue
and fains iu ihe H -jid aud Face.
As a Blood Purifier and Tonic for the Stomach,
it seldom l.uls to a-ure l,yspcpsia, Indig.-stHai, lavcr
Complaint, Acid Stomach! Heartburn, Kidney tiim
plaiuts. Sick Iteadache, Piles, Asthma, or Phthisic,
Ringworms, Boils, Felons, Whitlows, Old Sores, Swelled
Joints and General Debility of the System.
It is also a prompt aud sure remedy for Cramp and
Fain 'n 'n Stomach. Painter's Colic, Diarrhoea, ivs
eulery. Summer Complaint. Cholera Morbus, Cholera
Infantum, Scalds. Burns, Sprains, Bruises, Frot Bites,
Chilblains, as well a the Stings of Insects, Scorpions,
Centipedes, and the Bites of Poisonous Iusectx and Veu
See Directions accompanying each Bottle.
It has been tested iu every variety of climate, aud
by almost every Natiou kuown to Americans. It is the
almost constant companion and inestimable friend of
the Missionary and tue Trawler ou aoa and land and
no one should travel on our lakes and rivers without it.
Notice to all dealing in or using the
ITS great merit aud unprecedented Rale has caused
Eotae men to oiii-T preparaliuus of tln'ir own nuike, in
imitation of the Painkiller some using the name to
sell their wnrthl.-ss stuff. Try no experiments bul be
sure and call fr Perry Davia' Pain Killer and lie
Miiu null )uu ii, .uu juu wm milald gel a giHNi
Medicine aud the worth of your money ui vested.
Prices 25 cents. oOceuts and $1 per bottle. Sol-l by
Medii'ino Dealers everywhere.
J. N. HARRIS A: Co., Proprietors for the Swith aud
West, Cinciuuati, Ohio. to whom all orders must be ad
Sild Wholesal? and Retuil by W. W. Berry k Ieuio
ville, Ewin. Peudlelon A: Co., liiius i: Browu.all other
Iirugiristsof Nashville. Tt nu.; S. Mansfield A: Co.. Mem
phis, Teuu.; Eilward Wilder A. Co., Louisville, Ky.; J.
Wrhjbt A: Co. , New Orleans , I A. aug20-dau ly
CanLcr and Salt iheuiu Syrup.
FOR THE CURE OF
Canker, Salt Rheum; Erysipelas, Scrofulous Diseases,
Cutaneous Eruptions, and every kiud of disease aris
ing from au impure state of tho blood. Tiio most ef
fective Blood Purifier of the Nineteenth d-utury.
READ THISHOW IT ACTS.
ITT HEX disease has baen long in the system the first
V llatt-ring symptoms after taking the Syrup is
that the humor increase on the skiu. This should not
alarm you, it only shows that the disease is working
out Just the result we want 10 sue; apply the Ceraw
and the humor win heal, and the disease soon disappears
it being the production ot a regularly educated physi
cian who bus given this class of uiaeaavs his whole study
and practice; it can be relied on as the mediciue de
sired, aud its good woik accounts lor its immense sale.
Dr. Weaver's Cerate, or O.ntment
Has proved itself to be the best Ointment ever invent
ed, una where once used it has never been known to
laii of effecting a ierinaiieut cure of Old iSores, Tetter
and Ringworm, Scald Head, Chilblains and Frost Bites,
Barber's Ilcb, Chapped or Cracked Hands, or lil, pim
ples or blotches ou the skin, Sore Nipples, Ac.
Mothers should not forgot thai il is a sure specific for
sore nipples. A upply should always be kept on hand.
a sold by Drucaists generally. Price ol Syrup $1
per bottle; Cerate 25 cents.
J. N. HARRIS a: CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietors,
For Southern and Western States, to whom all orders
lor the above mediciues mav be addressed.
Sold by W. W. Horry k itcinoville, and Ewin, Pen
dleton k Co., Nashville, Tenn., S. Mansfield A: Co.,
Memphis, Tenn.; J. Wright A: Co., Soovil & Mead, New
Orleans; Edward Wilder, Louisville, Ky. ; John D i'ark,
Cincinnati, Ohio. ' augOO-dawly
Dlt. S. O. ItlCIIAUDsOX'S
SlIIitRV H'iitE B.TTMIS
Tho Celebrated New England Remedy for
Habitual Ctmstipatian, Jaundice, Fever and Ague, Gen
eral lMbilily.and all Diseases arising frvm a
Disordered SUmarh, Liver or Bowels,
IS used and recommended by leading Physicians of the
country, and all who try it proaouuee it valuable.
Dr. Jum'.-s U Leo pore, writes from Xavaree, Stark
Co., Ohio, '-ihe Bitters are highly praised by those suf
fering from indigestion, dyspepsia and liver complaint.
E. S. Davis, Postmaster at Williamsjiort, Ohio, says,
"they give great fi intact ion. 1 use them myself,
having taken cold, heroine prostrate and lost my appe
tite. It relieved me, and I can recommend it with
great assurance of its merits."
Inr. Win. F Kerr, of Rogers ville, Ind., writes u3 that
they are the most valuable mediciue ottered. Ho has
recommended them with great success, and with thein
made several cures of ulpitation of the heart and gen
Thomas Stanford, Eq , Blountsville, Henry co. , I11J-,
writes 03 a long letter, under date of May 4, l!M0. He
was much reduced, having been aClicted for three years
with great nervous dubility , iialpilation of the heart of
the moet severe and prost rat ins character, "after using
a few bottl.tf I was completely restored, aud am now in
robust health. " -
Ceorge W. Hoffman says he was afflicted with rheu
matism for twenty years, in all its various forms and
at the date of bis letter he had been two years well,
the Bitters effecting the cure, when several hyslcians
attending him could do him no good. He says, "tor
Rheumatism, dvsiepsia. liver complaint, kidney affec
tion, or dropsey , il is a specific, certain remedy. And
such is the news from all quarters of ihe country.
It is sold by most dealers in medicine price 75 cuts
per bottle. j. X. HARUIS t O.
Cincinnati.Ohio, Proprietor for the Southern and W est
eru Stales, to whom address all orders.
iv.- l Wholesale and RetaU by W. W. Berry i Do-
moville- Ewin, Pendleton A Co., Rains a Brown, Xahh
ville, Teuu. ; S. Mansfield A Co., Memphis, Tenn ; J.
Wright A Co. and Scovil A Means, New Orleans; J. D.
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FURS
A'o. 2 3 Public Square,
The CUlncsc ltt.
4 NEW etyle, direct Importation from Canton, got
A. up expressly tor tue not weaioer, ai ine rasuton'
able Hat Emporium ef FKANOSCO'S, .
)ulyl2-tf - No. 3 Public Square.
Children's Fancy Goodse
CONSISTING of ail the lauet style, for Boye, Oiil
dren, Icianu and little Misses, to which tha atten
tion of the ladle is particularly requested.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
Hatter and Furrier, No. 23 Public Square, Nashville.
jalyiJ-tf . .
Tiie Japanese Hat. 4
a NEW stvle ef Soft Hat. wetcbiug only one ounce
J Just received this day by express, at th. faahion-
pi. tiai unporium ui m.vww ,
jo4yl-tf S3 Pubitt Square
IVat Ii ville, Tennessee
'RANCH COMPANY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA,
t - KKaao.i, jxnr 1, imo j
mply with the laws of the Slate of Ttnnesaee which re-
-- ' " . -
of Agent3 and other pe-rsoos.
. $4,426 35
or other Creditors
Comuanv to be insured in any city, lewn or
Pi Is and
rifESE MEDICINES have now been before the pub
lic lor a period of THIRTY YEARS, and during
that time have maintained a high character in aimuei
every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power of restoring perfect health to persona
'it! Tiim under nearly every kiud ot disease to which
the human frame is liable..
1 ii.- ni'Kwimi arc among the distressing variety ot
human diseases in which the - ,
Vegetable Life Medicines
Are known to be infallible.
DYaPc. S1A, oy iuuoughly cleansing the first and
setoiiu stuiUKum, aud crealuig a tkw of pure, healthy
Inl -, instead of ihe stale aud acrid kind; FLATU
LENCY, Loms or Arrerrrs, Hkabtbcio.', Hkauacus,
Ktk,TLAo3.KSS, Dx-TEH PER, AXX1ETV, LaMiCoa and Mel-
axchollt, which are the genord symptoms of Dyspap
Fia. will vanish, as a natural cousvqueuue of itacure.
CSTTVii.tiiSS, by cleansing the whole length of
tho inisiuies wilu a solvent pt oi oss, and without vio
lence; all violent purges leave the bowels costive with
in two days.
FEVE-dS ot all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regiuar circulation, thiXHU.'h the process of respiration
iu such cases, and tue thorough solution of all intestinal
obstruction iu others.
The I jfk Medicin es have been known to cure BEETJ
MAT1SM pormam ntly in thi.- weeks, and GOUT n
lull IuaI l.uio, by removiug local intlammaliuu Horn
the musc.es and ligimeuts ol the joints.
DE.Ol'SLES of all kinds, by freeing and strengthen
ing tUo kiuueys and bladder; they operate most do
lighll'ully ou those importaiil organs, and hence have
ever tieon found a cerlaiu remedy for the worstcasesof
Also, WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of
the Iwiweia tua buiny malt.-r to u bich these creatures
sCUftVY, ULCERS & ISVETERATE S0KE8,
y tao period purity whicu those LliE ALKDlilXEd
ye t'i tu hi ood, and alt Ihe humors.
SCDBBUTIC EETJPTION S aud BAD C0MPI.EX
lOXS, hy iuoir aitoiaiiverilit-t upon the fluids thai feed
thctkin,aud tho morbid state ia which occasions all
eruptive complaints, saliom , cloudy, and other disa
Tlio use ol those Pills for a very short time will effect
an entire cure of s ALT KHEUM. and a striking im
provement in the inaiiuss ut ino tkin. COMMON
COLDS and INFLUENZA 'dl always be cuivd by
uue oose, or by iwo 111 Ihe orst casos.
PILES. Tue origuial pi-ojiru-Uir of these ModVinos
was i'ui eu of Piles 1 35 yoais standing by the use uf
the UI E MEDICINES aloue.
FEVER AND AGUE. Eor ibis scourge of the
Woi-ioi u counuy, lhxi jatnciuos will be Sound a sale.
spoedy and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the
system subject to a return of the disease a cure by
tiiese ModH-inL is uennanoul TRY 1HEM, BE SATIS
FIK.O AXD UK CX"KEI.
BILIOUS FEVEES & LIVES COMPLAINTS.
uttKaL Duaurt, Ions u Al-etiiTK, aaid hiauaia ur
I tu 11 t i flic Modu ines have boeu usod with ihe most
beneficial results in cases of this diwcripikm: Kiio's
Evil and Scrofcla, in its worst forms, yields to the
mild yet powerful act Km of th-se remarkable Medicines.
Night Sweats, Nksvois 1ebiuty, Nekvocs CoMPLALvra
of all kinds, Pau-itation of tue Heakt, Paixteks' Couo
are speedily cured.
MaCUkIaL DISEASES. Porsons whose eon
stuutiuus uavo booouic impair, by the uuudiuioua um
of Mercury, wid Und these Modiciu.-s a perfect cure, as
they never but to eradicate from the system, ail Iheet
tocu of Morcury , infinitely sonner inaii the most pow
erful preparatutus 01 Ciarsapurula.
Prepared, and sold by
W. B. MOFFAT,
335 Bkuadwat, Ntw YoK.
FOR SALE BY ALL PETCUISTS.
An 'aoerient and stomachic preparation of
LB0N purified of Oxygen and Carbon hy eom
bustion in Hydrogen, of Liga medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
following complaints, vix. :
DEELLITx', NEBV0US AFFECTIONS, ESA-
CIATION, DYSPEPSIA. DlAKKHJEA, CUNSTi-
P1TI0N. .CEOi ULA, BALI xutrum, ocuav x,
JAUNDICE. LIVES COMPLAINTS ESEUMA.
TISM. UEBCTBIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTE3.
MITTENT FEVERS, NETJBALGIA. CHB0NIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE wEAXKESS, Mia-
MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CJLLOJUWIB,
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, BOUGliXESS OJT
THE SKIN, eti
The LROr beins absorbed by the blood, ana
thm circulating through tha whole system, n
part of the body can escape tneir may woaonr.
The experience of thousand, daily prorea that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment ba
comnared with it Impurities of tha blood, de
pression of vital energy, palo and otherwise
sickly complexion indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivaoio caw. aa n t" w
female debility (fluor albns, chlorosis, etc), ita
etfects are delightfully renovating. Ho remedy
has ever been discovered, in tne wnoie justory
of msdicine, which exerta inch prompt, happy,
andllyrestoratiTeeflSecta. Good appetite, eom
pleta digection, rapid acquisition of strength,
wit an Tin usual disposition for active ana
cheerful exercise, immediately xouowx- .
As a grand stomachic ana general rosuv
it has no uperior and no suhstituta,
Pal ran In neat Has nae m 7 : .
60 plUs! price ftO te pe iw -TiThV
tax, eraen, .t
339 BROAUWAT, N V.
:- n.n-Tt abaew la s
label on raclt box.
Important to House-keepers.
E. R. DURKCE & OO.'S
(riiarauteKi not only
ArtOLUlLLY AJiI rKitruuiLX ri M.,
bot ground from fresh Bpteea, eeleeted and cleaned
by ns expressly far the parpoee, without reference
to cost- They are beantitc'ly packed ia tin toil,
(lined with paper.) t prevent Injury by keeping
and are full vi ight, wh:U lb. ordinary PpKiea are
almost Invariably Kuort We warrant them in point
of strength and richneea et Oavor,
. BtYONn all comparison,
s a single trial will abundantly prove.
JiaauiAC lured only by
E. . DCRKEE ft CO.
feblB-dawtf 11 Pearl street. New YaK
A NtW stylo of Soft Hat, of entirely eew deeiga,
Just received by express.
a. j. rnAxcisct,